A quick round to see what everyone’s been doing lately:
Benjamin Birdie is going [gangbusters with the webcomics](http://webcomicsnation.com/bb/).
[Suw Charman](http://chocnvodka.blogware.com/blog) is ramping up for [BlogOn](http://www.blogonevent.com/blogon2005/) in October, and is asking that anyone involved with business blogging [fill out a survey](http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=665601347079.).
Jen Chung just turned 29 and is [doing the NYFF](http://www.gothamist.com/archives/jen/2005/09/going_to_tthe_n.php) as a result. I’d wish her happy birthday again, but I think she’s heard it enough from me.
Kim Cochran has [revived her blog](http://duck.hekhet.net) for the fifth time.
[Jake Dobkin](http://www.bluejake.com/) is [hosting another NYC Photobloggers event](http://nyc.photobloggers.org/nyc5/) this Friday at the Apple Store.
Thom Heidt is over in China, and besides [his excellent blog postings](https://vjarmy.com/thom/archives/2005/09/ten_observations_from_beijing.html), just uploaded [a hefty batch of photos](http://www.flickr.com/photos/21368024@N00/archives/date-posted/2005/09/27/).
Wendy Koslow and Joey “Accordion Guy” deVilla [got married over the weekend](http://www.wendyandjoey.com/blog).
Dave Moldawer is launching a new writing project called [feedplay](http://feedplay.com/feedplay/), a story told from multiple points of view via different blogs.
John Scanlan skipped out on [Channel 102](http://www.channel102.net/) last night because he was too busy [tasting at Ninja](http://raspberryheaven.net/~shut/wordpress/?p=19) – his review is excellent and worth reading, so I won’t hold it against him.